My partner and I have been seeing Dr. Wang every since and before he took over Dr. Hursey's practice. We were originally part of her practice and decided to stay on after we go to know Dr. Wang. We have multiple friends who also go and see him and have referred him. Over a year ago, I went to him because I was in really bad shape and thought I had a bronchial infection. It turned out, that I had walking pneumonia. Dr. Wang was very diligent with his exam with me and correctly diagnosed my problem. Thanks to him, I did not have to go to the hospital. I enjoy Dr. Wang because he cares and he knows that I will tell him everything I can about why I am there. Everyone I know, enjoys going to him and are comfortable with him.
Now as far as if one Dr. kills someone, I think that would mean intent. If a Dr. makes a mistake, which some do, that is what it is and I know that Dr. Wang would tell me right up front. He is not out there trying to kill anyone. He is trying to do his best and I, personally, think his best is good enough. I know that the ER Dr's at Presbyterian Hospital think the world of him and respect him. I also know a personal friend who was an ER Dr. and admits to making mistakes. I understand being mad frustrated and ticked off. That is everyone's choice, but I do agree that the positives have to be heard as well. Having many friends who are Dr.'s, I understand where they are coming from. Also, don't take this as an apology for being misdiagnosed; just remember that not one of us is perfect.